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Client was charged with Felony Manufacturing and Delivery of Heroin. The Police claim they were on surveillance and witnessed our Client engage in 2 separate transactions with unknown male passersby. These passersby would allegedly tender an unknown amount of money to our Client who in return would retrieve a green item from inside a black plastic notebook which was on the ground by an abandoned property. Although the Police never stopped any of the passersby to inquire about what they received from our Client, the Police converged on the scene an immediately arrested our Client for selling narcotics. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.
Our Client was charged with Felony Retail Theft. Store security personnel allegedly observed our Client checking out at the self-checkout registers. The claim that our Client purposefully "pretended" to scan numerous items while "actually" scanning others. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing
Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance and various traffic citations. The Police claimed that they saw our Client approach an unknown individual. After engaging that individual in a brief conversation, the Police say our Client gave that person an unknown amount of money in exchange for an unknown item. Our Client then drove away. This appeared to be a hand to hand narcotics transaction to the Police so they stopped our Client. After stopping his car, the Police claimed that our client voluntarily opened his door to reveal a bag of narcotics in plain view to the Officers. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.
Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. The Police claimed that while our Client was crossing the street, he dropped narcotics right in front of their police car which was traveling down the street our Client was crossing. The Officers detained our Client and allegedly recovered 8 ziplock baggies containing suspected heroin. Our Client had over $400 on his person which the police claimed was "drug money." All charges were dismissed at the preliminary hearing.